Harrison & Hannah: Two With An Interest In Taxation

Tax season is in full swing. Thanks to Jeanne Hannah, Michigan divorce lawyer, for her summary of the IRS tax resourcesthat may be of interest to current, and former, divorce litigants.

Hannah’s recent post provides links to the IRS forms and publications that address an individual’s filing status, exemptions, tax interceptions and claims for innocent spouse relief:

Of course, our favorite tax-related link – the Beatles “Taxman,” from their 1966 Revolver album. A breakthrough songwriting effort for George Harrison, with the guitar solo, ironically, played by Paul McCartney.

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Podcast: Spousal Maintenance: Factors Considered By The Court

The Family Law Show returns with an overview of spousal maintenance (alimony) awards under Minnesota law.

Alimony is an emotionally-charged issue, with significant financial implications for both parties. The spouse asked to pay rarely wants to, while the spouse asking for support usually needs it. What is the Court going to do?

Topics discussed in this podcast include the role fault plays in an alimony award, the factors the court will examine in determining how much alimony is appropriate, the factors the court will examine in determining how long alimony should be paid, and the tax implications of spousal maintenance payments.

Run Time: 13:18

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